(15/6/15) At the end of August, the Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI will take part in the inauguration of his dedicated Library. The event will be held at the Teutonic College of the Roman Institute of the Görres Society, in the Vatican City. It was announced by the archbishop Georg Gänswein – prefect of the Pontifical Household and Benedict's personal secretary.- to Adnkronos. “Benedict XVI will be at the inauguration – Msgr. Gänswein explained – because in the morning of the last Sunday of August we will celebrate the mass with his ex-students in the Church of the Teutonic College. After the Mass, the new Library will be inaugurated”. The prefect said: “It was born from an idea of the director of the Roman Institute of the Görres Society, Stephan Heid. He thought it would be good to dedicate a theological and cultural corner to Benedict XVI”. The Pope Emeritus is familiar with the Teutonic College “because he used to celebrate the mass there every Thursday with the German pilgrims”, Msgr. Gänswein affirmed. A lot of books have been donated by Benedict XVI, others by the Vatican Foundation which has got his name and has supported the initiative. “It is an open place to welcome not only scholars, but also people who are interested in publications by Ratzinger and about his life”, Msgr. Gänswein explained.